When we talk about protected areas like national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in India, the only thing comes to our mind is the wild animals
Tiger Safaris in India
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With over 30 years of the wildlife safari experience and expertise in tiger safari India tours, Nature Safari India guarantees you a wholesome safari experience on your next Tiger Safari India adventure. Covering an array of species and landscapes in some of the best national parks in the country for wildlife, such as Ranthambore National Park, Corbett National Park, or even Bandhavgarh National Park, our tiger safari tours showcase the best of Indian wildlife along with hints of culture and Indian heritage. Explore some of our best-rated tiger safari India tours here.
Tiger Safari India Fixed Departure Tours
Best Tiger Safari India Group Tours
Below are some of our most toured Tiger Safaris in India. They cover wildlife safari destinations and parks like Corbett, Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Tadoba, Satpura, and Pench. A Tiger Safari in any of these national parks ought to leave you spellbound. You can read below a brief explanation on how we operate our tiger safari India group departures:
- Small groups of maximum 4 guests.
- A compact group results in maximizing guest interaction with the naturalists.
- Less chaotic as the focal interest is streamlined to wildlife viewing.
- They are light on the pocket since you share transportation and safari costs with 3 other travelers, while continuing to maintain privacy in your individual rooms.
- You get to befriend likeminded people from around the globe, who share a similar passion for wildlife.
At Nature Safari India, it is our endeavor to provide you with the best tiger safari India tours that provide learning, adventure, and unlimited memories. We encourage you to store your tiger safari India experiences in form of videos and still photos which you will fondly go over at a later stage in life with friends, families, and your future generations.
While it is easy to capture people, landscapes, and culture, capturing wildlife poses a slight degree of challenge as there are several dynamics involved. The professional documentaries that you see on television on wildlife involve months of shooting, expensive equipment, special permissions from the authorities, weeks of post-production, and plenty of resources. Importantly you don’t see those things when you yourself are on a tiger safari tour.
Please see the video below shot by our team during a tiger safari tour, using a regular video camera, in a regular safari vehicle, with no tripods, and no extra permissions. This is how you see tigers during a tiger safari in India. We are here to guide you on important things to keep in mind before you go out for a tiger safari India tour. Read more about the Top 6 National Parks for Tiger Safari in India.
Top Rated Tiger Safari India Packages
The best of bespoke tiger safari tours in India
India is an extremely bio-diverse land with a variety of wildlife spread across its undulating landscapes. From the Tigers of royal Rajasthan to the magnificently sized male tigers of Kanha National Park, from the historic forts of Bandhavgarh to the Himalayan Foothills in Corbett National Park, India encompasses a plethora of wildlife in its lap. Our top-rated Tiger Safari in India tour packages include these famous national parks and within them its bountiful wildlife. A tiger safari India tour indeed requires patience and perseverance, but more importantly an experienced team, which is where we come in.
We ensure that the fact file provided by us contains every little detail, as we answer all your questions regarding a tiger safari India tour. Some of the guest favorite tiger safari India tours are mentioned below. These include the Just Tigers Tour, which encompasses three premium national parks in Central India – Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench. While Kanha and Pench tie together beautifully to recite the story of the Indian Jungle book.
Bandhavgarh showcases its historic significance in Indian wildlife and heritage with the Bandhavgarh fort and stunning wildlife. Some of our other popular tiger safaris in India are the Tigers and Indian Heritage tours. These include wildlife expeditions in national parks and tiger reserves like Ranthambore National Park and Corbett National Park, along with glimpses of Indian culture and history on the lines of the iconic Taj Mahal, Khajuraho temples and the bustling bazaars of Jaipur and New Delhi.
Guest Testimonials and Experiences
Our efforts have time and again been recognized by all our guests on TripAdvisor. With reviews that are 100% genuine, you can read them here or head on to our official TripAdvisor page to browse through in detail.
The Covid pandemic forced us to put our safari 'on hold' from March 2020 until March 2023. Our thanks to Sharad Vats and his team at Nature Safari India for facilitating this so easily during a time of great global upheaval. It was well worth the wait. I really couldn't find fault with any aspect of our...
We visited Jim Corbett, Kanha and Bandhavgarh parks and the last two days visited the Taj Mahal. The arrangements from start to the last day were perfect. Sharad even arranged a Zoom meting so that we could discuss our trip and then adapted the itinerary according to our requests...
This was our third tiger safari in India with Tiger Safari India / Nature Safari India organized by Sharad Kumar Vats and his excellent team in New Delhi. This trip covered Bharatpur/Keoladeo National Park, Kanha National Park...
Tiger Safari India Tour Destinations
There are over 600 national parks in India which home to close to 200 endangered mammal species. The Royal Bengal Tiger is one of the flagship species as not only is it the apex predator of the very forests that thrive here, it is also the biggest cat among its brothers.
Recently conducted, the latest Tiger census saw a substantial increase of about 22% in the big cat population. While this is most certainly attributed to the commendable effort of the people involved in conservation, this feat is also credited to the resilience and adaptability of the Royal Bengal Tiger throughout the entire Indian subtropical eco-system.
National Parks in India varies with varying tropics and landscapes. We have the dry deciduous forest of Ranthambore National Park in the western part of India while the evergreen Sal forest of Kanha National Park thrives in Central India. Corbett National Park is unique as it rests in the foothills of the Great Himalayan Range, making it an awe-stunning frame to capture. India has some of the most biodiverse lands making it a hotspot for wildlife and tiger safaris and nature enthusiasts.
It is also important to note that Wildlife Tourism in India has played a key role in the conservation of important flora and fauna in our national parks. The flow of money into local communities as a consequence of tourism-related activities, has considerably reduced the pressure on the forests for bio-mass. This development has allowed the resurgence of wildlife within national parks of India, which in turn allows visitors to immerse in complete wilderness experiences as animals go about their extraordinary lives. Mentioned below are some of the most enthralling national parks for wildlife and tiger safaris in India, that invite eco enthusiasts from around the globe.
Tiger Safari India Travel guides - 2022
A Tiger Safari India experience can be a tedious one to plan, but no worries! This is where we step in. Our team of experts has drafted the following Tiger Safari India Travel Guides – 2022 to help you plan the perfect tiger safari holiday. They contain details like the best time to travel for a tiger safari in India, national parks that boast of a high tiger population for higher chances of tiger sightings, a list of boutique lodges and resorts to make your stay is every bit memorable, a comprehensive checklist of all the other species you could encounter on you tiger tour in India and lastly, cultural and other wildlife destinations around your chosen park. Browse through the guides and book your next tiger safari India tour with us!
Tiger Safari India Travel Guide 2021
Bandhavgarh National Park is rightfully called the Land of the Tiger. A famous hunting reserve for the Maharajas who ruled these lands, this area has been preserved for shooting wildlife – with cameras. Come take a Tiger Safari in India with us.
Tiger Safari India Travel Guide 2021
We take you on a virtual trail of Kanha National Park, one of the finest National parks in India. Here's what you can expect on your trip here, keep your eyes peeled and stay vigilant. This is your chance to catch the big cats in their natural habitat.
Tiger Safari India Travel Guide 2021
Ranthambore National Park is present over an area of 1334 Sq. Km with an area of 400 Sq. Km consisting of rocky hill crests which descend to open valleys between the Aravalli and Vindhya ranges, dotted with water pools and fruit trees.
Tiger Safari India Travel Guide 2021
Indian history books are rife with the tales of Jim Corbett, an unlikely hero of the conservation movement. Corbett was a famous British hunter, tracker and naturalist who in his prime, hunted a number of man-eating tigers and leopards.
The most trusted & experienced
For more than 30 years, Nature Safari India has hosted visitors from all over the world. We only believe in superior service, first-rate wildlife resorts, and most knowledgeable naturalists and guides, the organization has established a solid reputation in the wildlife tourism sector.
The company’s primary area of interest is offering wildlife safari experiences in India, with a focus on tiger safari tours. With significant experience in planning tiger safari excursions that give visitors the best possibility of witnessing this magnificent Bengal tiger, Indian leopard, snow leopard, Asiatic lions, elephants, and other species in their natural environment.
A wide variety of wildlife safari tours are offered by Nature Safari India, from multi-day journeys that take visitors to some of India’s most remote and stunning wildlife reserves to private wildlife, photography, and birding excursions. Visitors have a range of wildlife reserves to select from, including Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, and Ranthambore National Park.
We provide visitors with comfortable and opulent stays as they explore the Indian wilderness with luxury wildlife lodges that are thoughtfully situated close to the top wildlife reserves in India. Naturalists and guides who are knowledgeable and passionate about the environment and wildlife work at each lodge.
Nature Safari India is dedicated to sustainable tourism. To make sure that our presence has a favorable effect on the environment and the local economy, we collaborate closely with the surrounding communities. Additionally, the business follows stringent guidelines for wildlife conservation and urges visitors to respect the natural habitats of the animals they are visiting to observe.
faqs on tiger safaris in india
There are 7 other countries besides India where the Tigers roam free. But India with a population of 2967 tigers has about three-fourth of world’s wild tigers roaming in 50 tiger reserves. The sheer number of tigers in India increases the chances of sighting them substantially. Out of the 50 tiger reserves you have excellent chances of sighting tigers in atleast 15 of them.
The top 3 national parks for tiger safari in India are Corbett National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park and Ranthambore National Park. To read a detailed review of the three, please read our blog on the TOP 03 NATIONAL PARKS FOR TIGER SAFARIS IN INDIA. These we mention keeping in mind the consistency of tiger sightings over last 10 years.
Yes, jeeps are safe for a tiger safari in India. The only point of understanding is that the jeep and its occupants must at all times maintain a safe distance from the wildlife around. If you hinder their space or peace, they might not like it and in turn leave the area. Always remember that you are in their territory and it is only basic courtesy to not disturb them. Do not get off your safari vehicle to click photos, do not feed them, and do not ask the driver/guide/naturalist to speed up to chase wildlife around. These are basic rules and any form of disobedience is strictly punishable.
The temperature in Indian jungles varies throughout the day. It reaches a maximum of 45 degrees Celcius in hot summer months like April and May, while it drops to a pleasant 25 degrees Celcius in the evening. During the winter months of December to February, the temperature drops to a low of 0-5 degrees in the mornings while it reaches a comfortable 15-20 degrees in the day. Click here to read more on the same.
A jeep is an open roofed car which is the most agile form of tiger safari within an Indian national park. It has the capacity to seat a naturalist (also your driver), a guide (as provided by the forest department) and 06 guests while on safari. A canter on the other hand is an open roofed mini bus which has the seating capacity of a driver, guide and 16-20 guests.
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